Driverless Automobiles In Our Future

Published by • January 7th, 2008 RSS News Feed

The NY Times is reporting that General Motors will show one of its concept cars in Vegas this week. The objective? Move cars without drivers. I can imagine them being peppered with

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censors, GPS and software of some sort that would take care of ‘less complex’ routes. Pretty cool!

“The technology exists right now to move cars without a driver,” Mr. Fosgard said, adding that a self-driving vehicle would “know where all the vehicles are around it, dramatically reduce accidents and even reduce congestion.”

G.M. hopes that the prospect of a driverless car will make the company, which has struggled to shed its image as a lumbering industrial-age behemoth, appear more cutting-edge.

The vehicle that G.M. is showing this week won a contest sponsored by the Defense Department that required vehicles to drive themselves for 60 miles in a mock urban setting. The government believes this type of technology can dramatically reduce traffic deaths, most of which occur as a result of human error.

Full article: “GM to show a vehicle that drives by itself.

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